Government takes 2050 strategy to public consultation

Angolan Government has announced plans to carry out the presentation and public consultation for the completion of the process of Review and Extension of the Long Term Strategy (ELP) 2025-2050 (ELP – Angola 2050).

This is contained in a note from the Press Office of the Ministry of Economy and Planning (MEP) reached ANGOP, stating the said process starts Friday.

The source stresses that on Friday the ELP – Angola 2050 will be launched with the intention of obtaining contributions from major public actors and private individuals – collective and individual – with high experience and knowledge in the different sectors of action.

The document says that the Long-Term Strategy is the fundamental instrument for drawing up the National Development Plan (PDN), which presents the strategic options for the country’s long-term development, being based on analysis of scenarios, for levels national, sector and territorial.

The strategy will bring a global vision to Angola and its role at the international level in the next 30 years, presenting five (5) priority axes of development such as “a diversified and prosperous economy”, “modern and competitive infrastructure”, “society that values and enhances its human capital”.

The axes “resilient and sustainable ecosystem” and “a fair nation with equal opportunities” are also included.


For the 19th of May, according to the Ministry of Economy and Planning, a KICK-OFF Meeting is planned, with International Organisations, Development Agencies and Diplomatic Missions, and with the Private Sector.

The events close on the 23rd of May, in a meeting with Civil Society and Social Communication, at the National Institute of Statistics.

Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)